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General Discussion / The Man: King Mswati III
« on: September 26, 2005, 08:18:28 PM »
King Mswati of Swaziland has chosen a teenager to be his 13th wife.

Phindile Nkambule, 17, was revealed to the public when she took part in a traditional Reed Dance ceremony, in which girls perform before the king.

The announcement comes just weeks after Mswati III ended an official ban on sex for women under 18. The ban was aimed at curbing the spread of HIV/Aids.

According to custom, King Mswati, 37, will marry Phindile Nkambule once she becomes pregnant.

She is reported to have caught the king's eye during the main annual Reed Dance in late August, when tens of thousands of bare-breasted girls took part in a traditional rite of Spring.

Ms Nkambule is younger than the king's first daughter, Princess Sikhanyiso, who turned 18 this month.

She will now wear royal loin cloths when she appears in public and has dropped out of school in order to be groomed as the monarch's wife.

Unpopular ban

Days earlier, the king had rescinded a ban on sexual relations for girls younger than 18.

The ban was started by the king in 2001 to fight Aids in a country where some 40% of the population is HIV positive.

But the move had been unpopular with Swazi youths and its implementation had sparked controversy.

Just two months after imposing the ban, the king fined himself a cow for breaking it by taking a 17-year-old girl as his ninth wife.

The Swazi monarch married his 12th wife, aged 18, in June.

He has one other fiancee and 27 children.

Some Swazis are critical of King Mswati - an absolute monarch whose lavish lifestyle and many wives contrast with the poverty of many of his subjects.

bbc news


Just two months after imposing the ban, the king fined himself a cow for breaking it by taking a 17-year-old girl as his ninth wife.

Hot Traxxx / new O.C. ALBUM! Not Starchild!
« on: September 01, 2005, 07:13:20 PM »
O.C. Smoke and Mirrors

New album from the D.I.T.C. General dropping soon on Hiero Imperium records. Second album this year after the critically acclaimed Starchild project (Grit Records), which was unfortunately only released in Japan. I hear that this advance is already out! Dont sleep!

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D.I.T.C member O.C. recently signed with indie hip-hop conglomerate Hiero Imperium and will release his fifth solo album entitled Smoke & Mirrors on November 1, 2005.
When people talk about MC's who are under-appreciated, O.C.'s name is always mentioned. His history of under-promoted albums and music industry drama has plagued him throughout his career. Despite releasing four critically acclaimed solo releases and having tracks on a dozen movie soundtracks, O.C. has remained largely unnoticed by the ma**es. Armed with Smoke & Mirrors and backed by one of the most respected independent hip-hop labels, Hiero Imperium, "King of the Underground" O.C. is ready to finally get the recognition he deserves.,br> O.C. is excited about his new venture with Hiero. For the first time in his career, he has been given full control over the artistry of his music. Says O.C., "Knowing my history and work ethic Hiero said to me, 'We don't have to babysit you, just do your thing.' Now, how many labels do you know of that say that to their artists?" What drew O.C. to the label was not only their mutual respect for each other but also the fact that Hiero took control of their destiny after getting fed up with dealing with other labels. Explains O.C., "The cats from Hiero experienced the same music industry bulllsh*t as me. They were smart and established their own company back in the mid 90's and have been steadily growing ever since. I think part of the reason for their success is their egalitarian attitude. With Hiero, I'm treated more like a partner than just an artist." O.C. is the first East Coast artist to be affiliated with the label since it was established in 1997.
Smoke & Mirrors is a concept album based on themes of contradiction and hypocrisy that run rampant in the entertainment industry as seen through O.C.'s eyes. This album is another instant cla**ic for the famed "King of the Underground." Smoke & Mirrors will be available for purchase on November 1st on Hiero Imperium.

General Discussion / shoutouts
« on: August 14, 2005, 06:42:05 PM »
Shooooo, so finally got 1000 posts made it into the "big" league(Well I cheated a bit, but who cares??). Wouldnt pa** the chance to celebrate now would we?

Damn its been a while since I first been here (Shane I want all the time that I wasted on this here website BACK! ha ha).

anyway, SHOUTOUTS to:

Shane aka Milkdaddy - shits keeps getting better and better. props & keep it up.
Thorax, craziest ha ha
bRicK, or however you spell that
Isis, we miss ya!
MolyB, ditto
Miss L, ditto
Ill Ego, r.i.p
Mr C
Ootz, crazy
Lazy Sam
Pooface, sick
Space, ditto
f***you, f***you2
Supafly, old school
Nyambz, valuable advice appreciated
eef_haf  :twisted:
Nigga TNG, GGGGG-G U-NOT! haha, jokes
Godcomplex, where u @?
Khoi, kwa-bulawayo
Rearranged Reality
Ira the Jew, everything kosher?
EbonyCat, wa**up
Mentallyricist, most random poster,ever
Machaivelli, we all want to ride, lol
Darkblood, when is the album coming out ni99@?
Eraze, Namz in the house
MC Ecks
Mulmens, ja, baie mal
Maddstone, mad one
Deacon, easy on the pron now...
Daliq, desert storm ni99@s
Dj Nastie
,etc etc

there is much more I know. Basically, peace to everyone.
 :wink:  8)

Hot Traxxx / Free Download
« on: August 14, 2005, 05:31:59 PM »
Quote from: DAP

FREE DOWNLOAD Full EP | Individual tracks
A special gift from Neblina to help you bring in the New Year....

1. Chapter 13 The Rebirth Remix | Produced by Rashid Hadee
2. K-Hill Da Instigator Remix | Produced by D.O.X.
3. Young Valentine (of Chapter 13) I'm Lazy | Produced by Yound Valentine
4. Skinny Kenny ft Rashid Hadee (of Chapter 13) Do The Math | Produced by Rashid Hadee
5. K-Hill The Diesel Go-Off | Produced by DJ Resident
6. Medinah General Dreams Instrumental | Produced by DJ Resident
7. Troy Knight AKA Bone Peep the Status | Produced by Chopy Chop-e
8. K-Hill Intro Of A Dream | Produced by 9th Wonder
9. Obsidian Blue Solo Flight | Taken from the album Freon

Definition. The Hip-Hop Compilation | Out Now
Fear & Loathing: Riding with DJ Resident | Coming Soon


Hot Traxxx / Cage - Hell's Winter
« on: August 07, 2005, 09:16:14 AM »
Dont know why but I am really feeling Cage's tracks lately and I have a feeling this album is going to be Dope. Look the production list! And Camu-Tao is getting really ill with the beats. (It seems like Copywrite didnt make a good move? )

Cage - Hell's Winter

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14 tracks in playlist, average track length: 3:56
Playlist length: 55 minutes 10 seconds
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          1. Cage - Good Morning NY (Feat. El-P, Matt Sweeney and James from Yo La Tengo) (3:48 )
          2. Cage - Too Heavy For Cherubs (Produced by Blockhead) (3:36)
          3. Cage - Grand Ol Party Crash (Feat. Jello Biafra) (Produced by DJ Shadow) (5:01)
          4. Cage - The Death Of Chris Palko (Feat Camu Tao) (Prod by Camu Tao & El-P) (3:23)
          5. Cage - Stripes (Produced by Blockhead & El-P with James of Yo La Tengo) (4:48 )
          6. Cage - Shoot Frank (Feat Daryl Palumbo) (Prod by RJD2) (4:22)
          7. Cage - Scenester (Prod. by Blockhead) (3:51)
          8. Cage - Perfect World (Prod by El-P & Camu Tao) (3:40)
          9. Cage - The Subtle Art Of The Breakup Song (Prod by El-P) (3:07)
          10. Cage - Peeranoia (Prod by PAWL) (3:39)
          11. Cage - Weathermen Gang (Feat. Aesop Rock, El-P, Tame 1 & Yak Ballz) (Prod. by Camu Tao & El-P) (3:30)
          12. Cage - Public Property (Prod by Camu Tao) (3:52)
          13. Cage - Lord Have Mercy (Prod by El-P) (3:24)
          14. Cage - Hell's Winter (Prod by El-P with Matt Sweeny on Guitar) (5:09)


Hip Hop Events / Rock the Bells concert 2005
« on: August 02, 2005, 04:49:24 PM »
Rock the Bells concert 2005

SAN BERNARDINO, California Ś Nas, Redman, Ghostface and Raekwon headlined the Rock the Bells concert in Southern California this weekend, where more than 9,500 fans braved the 100-plus-degree heat.

The daylong festival began just after noon Saturday at the NOS Events Center. Kicking off the show were such underground hip-hop acts as New York's Non Phixion and California's own Qbert. Guru, Supernatural and Sage Francis also filled in the bright, hot daylight hours as the dedicated ma**es stayed cool thanks to hoses and a misting tent.

As the sun started to drop, the Bay Area's Hieroglyphics crew came on to spit early '90s cla**ics as well as newer indie offerings. They made way for New York underground fave O.C. to do a couple of tracks, and then Cali's Living Legends did an hour-long set before the waiting game began.

Blame it on L.A. traffic Ś Redman was late getting to the venue and ran from parking lot to stage. Despite his set starting about an hour after expected, the crowd waited patiently and was rewarded with cla**ics like "Da Rocwilder," "Time 4 Sum Aksion" and "Da Goodness," delivered in true showman fashion, accompanied by a DJ, keyboardist, drummer and guitar player.

Redman took the turntables himself at one point to make way for DJ Kool, who did his now mandatory party track "Let Me Clear My Throat." He left the stage after doing his part of the Def Squad "Rapper's Delight" cover to make way for one of the night's special guests, Talib Kweli. Talib did a quick set that pleased the indie-hip-hop-loving crowd, including the tracks "Move Somethin' " and "Get By."

Nas, in an extremely rare West Coast appearance, made it to the stage after 10 p.m. His caravan pulled right up to the steps of the stage, which throngs of people were hanging out in front of and behind. Nas ran on to the sounds of his last album's title track, "Street's Disciple," moving the lyrics around a bit and repeating the phrase "this ain't 50" twice for added emphasis. The crowd went crazy for "Got Ur Self A ... ," followed by a medley of gems from Illmatic that included "It Ain't Hard to Tell," "The World Is Yours," "Represent" and "Life's a *****."

Nas kept fans up, taking them through his seemingly endless catalog of singles before finally getting to the meat of the show Ś a series of beefs. He did "Ether," his cla**ic battle track directed at Jay-Z, but asked his DJ, LES, not to play Jay's name, saying, "Don't say his name. We love him." Most of the crowd screamed out "50 Cent!" in place of Jay-Z, showing support instead for his latest feud. At the conclusion of the song, Nas informed the crowd that he has another one coming out later this year about somebody else, then went into the first bars of his latest track, "MC Burial," rapping, "They say Jada defeated him/ Joe too street for him/ What's next, I guess, it's for Nas to ether him."

On a peaceful note, Nas showed that the Queensbridge/ South Bronx beef is old news as special guest KRS-One joined him onstage. KRS-One complimented Nas, saying he truly is "God's Son," then went on to a**ault the crowd with old-school bangers like "MC's Act Like They Don't Know" and "South Bronx." After a long a cappella conclusion that showcased his "temple of hip-hop" brethren, it was time to make way for Wu-Tang.

Taking the stage almost at the midnight curfew, concert organizer Guerrilla Union allowed the show to go on well past 12:30 a.m. to give Ghostface and Raekwon time to bless the crowd. Celebrating the 10-year anniversary of Raekwon's cla**ic album Only Built 4 Cuban Linx, the duo barreled through their best collabos as well as solo joints.

Ghostface hit big with Ironman's "Daytona 500" and Raekwon reminded us of how he cooked it up in 1995 with "Incarcerated Scarfaces." The RZA also joined his fam onstage, running through Wu Tang tracks like "Wu Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing Ta F' Wit" and "It's Yourz."

Ghostface stopped the show to remind everyone of last year's historic Rock the Bells, for which Wu Tang Clan performed for one of the last times with the entire original lineup (see "Original Wu-Tang Clan Lineup Reunites At Cali Hip-Hop Fest"), including the fallen ODB (see "Rapper Ol' Dirty Bastard Dies"). To honor Dirty, they brought out one of ODB's teenage sons to join them in doing "Shimmy Shimmy Ya."

The plug was pulled just after Ghost and his Theodore Unit gave a taste of his upcoming LP, which he promised to have out later this year. The RZA encouraged the crowd to throw up one last "W" before heading to the parking lot after more than 12 hours of music. Despite the insanely sweltering heat, the solid day of hip-hop left fans with, as Ghost would say, "happiness in globs."


Hot Traxxx / underground sales
« on: July 18, 2005, 09:46:22 PM »
theyre last updated in June

7L and Esoteric DC2 Bars of Death 6,968 07/2004
Alchemist 1st Infantry 140,620 09/2004
Beatminerz Fully Loaded With Static 1,884 04/05
Beatnuts Milk Me 30,338 08/2004
Black Market Militia Black Market Militia 2,873 03/2005
Blueprint 1988 5,709 03/2005
C Rayz Walz Year of the Beast 3,119 05/2005
Chief Kamachi Cult Status 1089 07/2004
De La Soul Grind Date 93,637 10/2004
Edan Beauty and the Beat 4,878 03/2005
Goretex The Art of Dying 5,957 10/2004
Heiruspecs Tiger Dancing 7,397 09/2004
Ill Bill Whats Wrong with Ill Bill 16,581 05/2004
J Live All of the Above 49,036 04/2002
Jean Grae This Week 17,901 09/2004
Jedi Mind Tricks Legacy of Blood 30,209 09/2004
One Be Lo Sonagram 10,344 02/2005
Outerspace Blood and Ashes 4,200 07/2004
Purple City Road to the Riches 27,248 03/2005
Quasimoto The Further Adventures... 15,903 03/2005
Sage Francis Healthy Distrust 32,021 02/2005

Wow at the Black Militia numbers. and Chief Kamachi damn.  :(

Media / Poor Righteous Teachers interview
« on: July 17, 2005, 08:55:34 PM »
props for the Poor Righteous Teachers interview with WISE INTELLECT on the front page. always been a big fan since I got the New World Order tape(bootleg, with the hiss and all that good stuff!).  People keep telling me it's (New W.O.) not their best album but it remains a personal cla**ic. That was ill especially the tracks with Junior R.E.I.D (Judgement Day) and KRS-1 (Conscious Style).  And the MARI-JUA-NA skit with NED. lol. gotta find it.:!:

Hot Traxxx / Dipset! Dipset!
« on: July 17, 2005, 08:14:22 PM »
They say Cam'ron's Harlem Diplomats crew is like the new Wu-Tang and ever since they dropped their first double-album they have been running the New York Mixtape scene. I'll admit the first time I heard them I hated the lyrics but even then I couldnt front on the beats(Heatmakerz!). Is anybody here "down with the move the movement" and their other wacky antics?:lol:

What about this new mixtape, More Than Music? I was checking it out today, its pretty hot but again the lyrics are still laughable. I have to say Juelz stepped his game up most on this.

01    More Than Music                                 03:27
      (Feat. DukeDaGod, Hell Rell & JR Writer)
02    Dipset Symphony (Feat. Dipset)                  02:43
03    Back in the Building (Feat. Hell Rell)          04:16
04    Santana's Town Part II (Feat. Juelz Santana)    03:39
05    What Is This (Feat. Jim Jones)                  03:54
06    Open Your Eyez (Feat. 40 Cal)                   03:25
07    Somebody Gotta Die Tonight                      05:01
      (Feat. Cam'Ron & Freeky Zeeky)
08    You Make Me Say (Feat. JR Writer)               02:34
09    Sucker For Love Radio Interlude                 02:23
      (Feat. DukeDaGod & Ash)
10    So What's It Gonna Be                           04:22
      (Feat. Juelz Santana & Fabolous)
11    The Best Out                                    04:25
      (Feat. JR Writer, Hell Rell, 40 Cal & Bezel)
12    Bloodshed R.I.P Freestyle                       01:04
      (Feat. Cam'Ron & Bloodshed)
13    No Days Off (Feat. Juelz Santana)               03:59
14    40th Boys (Feat. 40 Cal & A-Mafia)              03:44
15    The Pit (Feat. JR Writer, Hell Rell & 40 Cal)   03:54
16    Get Down (Feat. Cam'Ron & Juelz Santana)        04:31
17    50 Gangsta (Feat. Jha Jha & Un Kasa)            04:04
18    What Kind Of Life Is This                       03:07
      (Feat. Juelz Santana & Razah)
19    If Only You Believe (Feat. JR Writer)           02:56

General Discussion / Eminem Retired
« on: July 17, 2005, 08:02:19 PM »
" Eminem, born Marshall Mathers, is reportedly hanging up the microphone.

The Detroit Free Press reported that Matherĺs latest album Encore will be his last release. Insiders told the paper that the rapper has been planning on retiring to concentrate on production and other ventures.

Eminemĺs manager Paul Rosenberg told the paper that Encore was ôcertainly the cap on this part of his careerö and that decision to retire was held off by the retirement of fellow Hip-Hop superstar, Jay-Z.

ôHe didn't want to seem like one of those guys who's playing a trick on his fans, or playing with their heads," Rosenberg told The Detroit Free Press. "It's part of the same struggle he goes through in his music -- 'How much of my inner thinking should I be putting out there?'ö

Rosenberg also stated he was surprised no one caught on to the possibility of Eminem retiring, due to numerous clues on the Encore album. An insider also stated that Eminem has grown weary of the spotlight and was struggling writing as ôEminem.ö

ôEm has definitely gotten to the level where he feels like he's accomplished everything he can accomplish in rap," D-12 member Proof added. "He wants to kick back and get into the producing thing."

Insiders said Eminemĺs inner-circle of friends knew in advance that Encore would be the best-selling rapper of all timeĺs last album.

Eminem is not doing interviews this summer and representatives for Eminem did not comment as of press-time. "


Media / interview w/t Jeru The Damaja
« on: July 08, 2005, 02:45:55 PM »
Looks like its gonna happen. probably next week

Post your questions to Jeru tha Damaja the Original Dirty Scoundrel a/k/a The Prophet here:

Hot Traxxx / new stuff
« on: July 06, 2005, 12:53:37 AM »
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Black Rob & Notorious B.I.G - Jeans and Sneakers

"What's going on? What you throwin on!?" 8O  :!:

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03 - tru-life - the_new_new_york_ (produced_by_9th_wonder)-whoa.mp3

both off the new Sickamore mixtape.


Politics / Zimbabwe Evictions
« on: June 28, 2005, 04:41:08 PM »
"As part of the government's Operation Murambatsvina. The homes of some 200,000 Zimbabwean city dwellers have been demolished in the past three weeks, according to the United Nations."

Watch secret filming of homes razed to the ground(BBC NEWS: VIDEO AND AUDIO):

Do you think that it is indeed an inhumane act or have things been blown out of proportion? Should the AU do more?

keep the discussion mature.

Hot Traxxx / Royce_Da_5'9-Independents_Day-2005
« on: June 24, 2005, 10:29:20 AM »

1. Intro
2. I Owe You (Produced By: Carlos "6 July" Broady)
3. Ride Feat. Big Herk & Juan (Produced By: K.I.D.D)
4. Wet My Whistle Feat. Sara Stokes (Produced By: Great Scott)
5. Politics Feat. Cee-Lo Green (Produced By: Nottz)
6. Why You Looking At My Dog Feat. Yo Gotti (Produced By: Carlos "6 July" Broady)
7. Right Back Feat. Juan & Kid Vicious (Produced By: K.I.D.D)
8. Skit
9. Blow Dat... (Produced By: Nottz)
10. Chips On Pistons Feat. Blade Icewood (Produced By: K.I.D.D)
12. F*Ck My Brains Out Feat. June & Ingrid Smalls (Produced By: K.I.D.D)
13. Independent's Day (Produced By: Carlos "6 July" Broady)
14. Meeting Of The Bosses (Produced By: Carlos "6 July" Broady)
16. Paranoid Feat. La the Darkman (Produced By: Asar)
17. Lay It Down Feat. Juan & K- Doe (Produced By: Great Scott)
18. Yeah !! (Produced By: Carlos "6 July" Broady)

New album from Royce. Definitely my favourite rapper last year(Death is Certain album and M.I.C mixtapes). This one looks like its worth checking out too but this tiime there is no DJ Premier. :?  :P

Hot Traxxx / J-Live, new album!
« on: June 16, 2005, 12:35:48 AM »
J-Live Information:

While he is unfortunately one of Hiphop's most slept on artists, J Live will release this third LP, The Hear After, on 7-19-05. J will release The Hear After on Penalty Recordings and produces the majority of the LP himself, with a little help from Soulive who added an organic feel to "Here."

Tracks to keep your ears peeled for include the LP's lead-single, "Audio Visual," "Firewater" and "Sidewalks" where J laments from the sidewalks up here watching the hiphop grow/and vice versa from the school battles to my own show/ I watched skill evolve and the next up blow/ motivated by the love for the art and the dough/ I seen people influenced by the next mans flow/ to the point tht it controls where they content go/ but if there's eight million stories and a handful of rappers/ we can't all be pimps, players, and clappers/ it sounds sexy coming out of ya sterio right?/ but then you wonder why we still getting stereotyped."

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